Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 10, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 10, 1950
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1950 ALTON EVENING TILBGRAPH Missionary to Speak at Medora ME&OfcA, Jan. 10. (Special)The R«V. Ross, a missionary from India, will speak at the Methodist Church tonight. The Rev. Ross Is In the United State* on leave and Is filling speaking appointments at various Methodist churches. The Kane and Plasa churches are uniting with the Medora church for the service. Birthday Supper MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schaefer entertained with a birthday supper Friday evening, celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Schaefer's fother J. M. Kltzmiller, and William Searles. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. Kitzmlller and son, Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. William Searles. Clam to Meet MEpORA—The Willing Workers class of the Baptist Church will meet this evening at the home of Mrs. A. T. Wilton. Mrs. W. T. Greer, Modesto, is assisting hostess. [ Mo*on» to Install MEDORA—Fidelity Lodge, No. 152, A. F. & A. M., Medova, will hold a public Installation of elected and appointive officers Thursday evening in the Masonic Hall at 8 p. m. Home from Hawaiian Islands MEDORA—Leo Schaaf, recently discharged from service, having been stationed In Honolulu, arrived at his home In Plainview and on Sunday came to Medora to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Edward Gimlin. He served three years without a furlough. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schaaf, and son, Wayne, Plainview, were with his here. Medora Notes MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith and daughter went to .Alton, Saturday, and enroute home in the afternoon stopped in Brighton and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oertel. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rhoads, Wood River, visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rhoads. Mrs. Lester Prather and son, Terry, spent Monday In Greenfield with her mother, Mrs. Pete Scott. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kahl spent Saturday In St. Louis, and their son, Tommy, spent the day with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kahl, Shlpman, during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Downs had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Downs, Madison, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Downs and daughter, Miss Pauline. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and family, Jerseyville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Vancamp, Wood River, were here Sunday visiting Mrs. Vancamp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Warner. Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Challacombe, Carlinville, were here Sunday call' ing on relatives and friends. Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shields were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Searles, St. Louis, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Tuck- Capacity Throng Hears Missionary Speak at Graf ton GRAFTON, Jan. 10—(Special.) —Dr. M. D. Ross, a missionary In Asia for many years, spoke before a capacity congregation ot Methodists from Elsah, Bethel, Salem. Rosedale, and Grafton, here Sunday at 11 a. m. Dr. Ross has headquarters at Bangalore, India, and serves a» district superintendent of the Methodist churches In that area. He Is pastor and an evangelist. He is on leave and Is spending January filling speaking engagements In the Methodist churches of thr East St. Louis district. India Is the largest Methodln mission field. Report on Bales Tax From the Illinois Department of Revenue, the Telegraph today received a report on the number of taxpayers and the total receipt*. from the Retailers' Occupation Tax (sales tax) as of October and paid In November. The figures for the counties of the area include: Calhoun, 134 taxpayers, $6844.99; Jersey 257 taxpayers, $17,738.60; Ma- coupln, 924 taxpayers, $54,169.27; Madison, 2776 taxpayers, $252,969.75. er, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaffney and daughter, Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Well and family and Oscar Lovett, Miles, spent Sunday with Mr. .and Mrs. Elmer Well. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge were in Alton Sunday afternoon to visit Dodge's aunt, Mrs. Nona Marshall, a patient at Memorial Hospital. She fell Thursday, breaking her right arm and right hip. Mrs. Helen Marshall and son, Donnie, Jerseyville, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Warner. P. L. Warner and daughters, Misses Thelma and Janet, Brighton, were guests in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shields hail as guests Sunday Mrs. Emma Fleischer and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Aldridge and sons, Ronald and Kenneth, Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gwillim, Miss Delia Clower^and H. L. Clower were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gwillim, Piasa. The Rev. and Mrs. O. E. Fry, Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaffney, Rockbridge, and the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers were guests Sunday evening o£ Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wayman. George Henry-Griffith spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Griffith, in the i Victory vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bennett were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manns, Alton, and Mrs. Bertha Rhoads were callers in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kitzmiller and son, Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schaefer and Mrs. Nelle Gorham were supper guests Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Lottie Kemper. ONE PIECE JUNIOR DRESSES Uvely tissue failles in siies I to 15. Pockeli en blouse and skirt. Navy, black, koaey. green and red. $22.95 Faihlon Floor Poster Man Hurt in Fall roSTERBURG, Jan. 10. — Chester Thomae, carpenter, fell recent- y while at work at the Edgar Cooper residence near Bethalto. He slipped from a M-foot laddei and suffered injuries to an arm and shoulder and has several broken ribs. Arrives from California FOSTERBURG. — Philip Paul arrived home Saturday morning from Carlln, Calif., where he spent the past three months. While in California, Paul visited Mrs. Anna- Delle Rutherford, a former teacher of Sherfy School. FoMerburg Notes FOSTERBURG. —J. V. Lebegne. Seneca, spent the past week with his brothers-in-law, Herbert and Edwin Gvillo, both of Fosterburg. Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Emma Paul were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berghoff and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Voumard. Greene Bureau Meeting Jan. 24 CARROLLTON, Dec. 10. (Special) — Miss Jeanne Paris, direc- Lor of the home economics division of the Kroger Food Foundation, Cincinatti, will be guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Greene County Home Bureau, Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the Methodist Church. Miss Allen has degrees In home economics from North Dakota State College and the University of Nebraska. Prior to joining the Kroger staff she was assistant professor of home economics and director of the home management house at West Virginia University. At the Kroger Food Foundation, Jean Allen heads a staff of three home economists and directs thousands of food tests in the Foundation's testing kitchens. Divorce Granted CARROLLTON — Judge Clem Smith granted a divorce in Circuit Court, Friday, to Leola Shepherd from Walter L. Shepherd. Chicago Guests Honored CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Granquist, Chicago, were honored at a bridge party, Sunday evening, at the home of Mrs. Granquist's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Nims. Mrs. Granquist will, be honored Wednesday at. a luncheon to be given by her mother, Mrs. Frank Nims at the Nims home. List Car roll ton Church Meetings CARROLLTON, Jan. 10. (Special) — Members of the Rose of Sharon and Philathea classes of the Baptist Church met Monday evening. Members of the Roses of Sharon class were entertained at the home of Mrs. Mabel Ridings. The Phi lathea class met at the home of Mrs. Arthur M. Powell, with Mrs. Clem Smith as assisting hostess. The program leader was Mrs. Laurel Grigg and Miss Ella Black was devotional leader. The members of the Friendly Bible class, also of the Baptist Church, will meet this evening at the church, .hostesses being Mrs. Rupert Vallentine, Mrs. R. L. Scott, Mrs. Johnisee, and Mrs. J. Jouett. The Pollyanna class of the Baptist Church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ben Powell. The Clara Smith Hardcastle class of the Methodist Church will be entertained this evening at the home of Mrs. L. F. Simpson, the assisting hostesses being Mrs. Robert Mungall and Mrs. H. H. Levi. The Westminster class of the Presbyterian Church will be en tertalned Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. R. H. Clanahan. Mrs. Clanahan will be assisted by Mrs. Ned Sharon and Mrs. W. Horn. Mrs. Ruby King and Mrs. Lela Powell will be hostesses at the potluck supper and meeting this evening of the Loyal Daughters class of the Christian Church. The meeting and supper will be held in the Aid room. Reading Circle Meets CARROLLTON — Members of the West End Reading Circle were entertained this afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. K. Baldwin. Mrs. Olin Stead was in charge of the program and her 'topic was "Mrs. Nesta, the Minister to Luxembourg". Fractures Hip At Prairietown Schedule Rehearsals For Grafton Play GRAFTON, Jan. 10.—(Special.) —Miss Shirley Wilcox. Elgin, representative of the Empire Theatrical Co., Kansas City, Mo., Sunday chose committees, read parts o players and set rehearsal dates 'or the presentation of "It's A Date." Rehearsals for children will be following school hours and for adults In the evenings. The play will be presented at tie high school gymnasium, Jan. 18-19, under the auspices of the Civic Improvement Association, to defray expenses of Installing elec- ric lighting at the baseball diamond. School New* GRAFTON. — Photos of school hildren and teachers, taken a couple of weeks before Christmas >y a photographer from National School Studios, Inc., were distributed Monday morning. Grafton Note* GRAFTON. — Dr. and Mrs. M. 3. Ross were overnight guests of PRAIRIETOWN, Jan. 10. (Special) — Mrs. Louis Franke suffered a fractured hip Saturday when she fell at her home. She ii hospitalized. Prairietown Note* PRAIRIETOWN — Francis Dur bin, Bunker Hill, was a visitor her Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crabtree were at Edwardsville, Saturday. Joe Aulich wa» a Bunker Hill visitor Saturday. Joe Aulich and Mrs. Frieda Knoche visited with Mrs. Knoche's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Werner, Edwardsville, Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stlegcmey- er, St. Louis, visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ulsmann, Sunday. French Bus Dives Into Canal; 20 Die MULHOUSE, France, Jan. 10. ' — Twenty workmen were drowned today In a crowded bus that swerved off a bridge into a canal near this Alsatian City, the French news agency reported. Twenty-eight other passenger* in the bus escaped. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS the Rev. and Mrs. Edward E. Souders and family»nt the Methodist parsonage, Saturday. Dr. Ross spoke at the Methodist Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Fred Plummer visited her father, William Osburn, a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital, Monday. Mrs. John Cannon, Mrs. Paul DeSherlia, and Miss Connie Le- Faivre were Alton visitors Monday. James Pepper, Chautnuqua, is In Chicago for the week. Miss Frances Irene Baxter, Alton, sophomore at Alton Senior High, was at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Roscoe Baxter, sr., Saturday. Hotel Owner Die* McLEANSBORO, Jan. 10, (-"Pu- Funeral service will bo here tomorrow for Commodore C. Dwlght, owner of the Llndcll Hotel on the public square here. Wright, 76, died Sunday in a St. Louis hospital after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his wife, the former Edith E. Stellc, a sister of former Gov. John Stellc. West Alton Social Club Meet Tonight WEST ALTON, Jan. 10.—The regular monthly meeting of the Social club will be held this evening at Joe Meyers' cafe. West Alton Notes WEST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Meyers moved into their newly constructed home Saturday, In the Schroeder subdivision. Mrs. J. Crosby, St. Louis, recently purchased a hunting and fish- Infi resort from A. W. Perry. The resort is located on Alton Lake, just off Highway 99, about one mile from West Alton. The resort will continue to be managed by the present proprietor, Fred Crawford. P. H. Tucpker tins been a patient nt the veteran's hospital at Jefferson Barracks about, two weeks. He is expected to remain there for some time, where he will be treated for a heart condition. James Cleveland Buried in Oakwood Funeral rites of James Cleveland, 68, retired electrician, who died last Thursday, were conduct* ed Monday at 3 p. m. In Streep* er funeral home by the Rev. 'H. A. Hamilton, pastor of Alton Gospel Tabernacle. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery. Mrs. Helen Early and Miss Mnr- jorie McCollough, with Mrs. AN onzo Rosenberger as accompanist, sang two hymns. Pallbearers were Earl Webb, William Kldwell, Robert Lee Hill, Robert Prewitt, Valley Filton, and Frank Wallace. Miss Julia Bilderbeck Funeral Services Funeral services for Miss Julia Eva Biiderbcck of 1320 Pearl, who died Thursday of a heart attack, were conducted Monday at 2 p. m. in Cherry Street. Baptist Church. The Rev. VV. Freeman Privett, pastor of the church, assisted by the Rev. George Lamken, officiated at the rites. Entombment was In Orandvte* matMrimm, *Vk ton Cemetery. Mrs. Alfred Clayton, otgiMMt, played several selections. Pftllbtftf* ers were Charles Boedektr, P. i, Simmons, John Hoffman, Harry Laun, Harry Hlnrlch, and Freeman Vandergrlff. 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